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    it was on my list of girls' names, but ds2 was a boy so we never got to use it. i seriously love it.


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    I think Coco is a cute kids name, but I don't think its a good adult name. I asked dsd she think someone with the name would be teased, called Coco pops.

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    DD's best friends name is Coco so I'm very used to it (they have been best friends since they were 5 weeks old)
    I really like it, DD's best friend always gets people saying how lovely it is when they hear it for the first time

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mum2 View Post
    I think Coco is a cute kids name, but I don't think its a good adult name. I asked dsd she think someone with the name would be teased, called Coco pops.

    That was my first thought too!!

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    My immediate thought of Coco was..... Coco Pops!!!

    Sorry i dont like the name but it's not my baby, if you love it go for it!

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    When I see Coco I think Chanel and I love it

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    Sorry Hun, I personally don't like it. You did want honest.
    Cortney cox has a child wth the name.

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    I think of chocolate lol Its a very cute kids name, but I dont know how well it would transition in adulthood. My friend also had a bird named Coco, so I just cant see a human with it.
    But its completely up to you in the end!

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    Oh, so so sorry not a fan ... sounds more like a nickname than an actual name to me

    Also i had a girlfriend who had a little dog named Coco Chanel ... makes me think of that too !!

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    Love it! But it doesn't go with out surname - Cooper so we can't have it. I think it's really cute and funky and would grow on the child growing into an adult.

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    I like it, but it is our dogs name.

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    I absolutely love it. It's a beautiful name, and will be gorgeous for a little girl and then for an woman too. It's sophisticated, not stripper-like.

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    I think it sounds sweet for a girl, but also wonder how it would be when she is an adult.

    What about if you did something like... Courtney Corine (just an example- its the only Co names I could think of) then you could call her CoCo as a nickname and she has a more "grown up name" when she is older???

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    Absolutely love it!! If you are giving a middle name too make it something less exotic and then as an adult she can make her own choice as to which name she goes by.

    I called DD #4 Daisy and got heaps of stick about it at the time but it definately suits her and she loves it (she is now 15).


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    Sounds like a name for a dog, sorry, not a fan :P

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    I love it

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    I think it's really interesting, and I think she'd grow into it as an adult. I've always loved having an unusual name. I looked it up (cos i was intrigued) and apparently it's the diminutive form of Soccoro!

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    I would use Chloe then Coco as a nickname. Coco is cute for a child, Chloe is lovely for an adult. And you wouldn't really ever have to stop calling her Coco, she just might rather be Chloe offially or just at school.

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